the crash that killed two people, butter in initial findings indicate by the time the crew of asiana flight 214 realized something was wrong, it was too late to do anything about it. the information comes from the two black boxes, the flight data recorder and the cockpit voice recorder shown in these photos released by investigators. >> no prior distress call or requests for special support or problems were noted in the air traffic control tapes. >> according to the ntsb timeline, seven seconds before the crash, the crew realizes their airspeed is well below the target of 137 knots, four seconds before impact, instruments alert the crew the plane is about to stall. and at 1.5 seconds, the crew calls for a, quote, go-around. reached by television, aviation expert john nantz was stunned by the ntsb's initial finding. >> seven seconds before impact, of course, he didn't know he was going to have an impact.